Art & Culture

The most enduring elements in any society are those of self-expression through paintings, music, sculpture, architecture and literature. Our art is the mirror through which we see ourselves, reflecting back to us the way we think, what we believe, and how we feel about and interpret the world around us. And its through these achievements that future generations come to understand the ones that came before. 
We love art, in all its forms — it’s exciting, fun, and often provocative.  We strive to bring to you works that you won’t find anywhere else, and we hope you enjoy our selections. 

Art & Culture

Does the Makeup Make the Man?

Getting in touch with your feminine side. Recently at a social gathering, I met a fellow I hadn’t seen in years. From across the room he looked somehow younger than the last time we met. As we...

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The World’s Most Unusual Man

No bindings to social norms for Mr. Hearn {Author’s note: There are several words in this article which may prove an annoyance to the genteel ear. Please be forewarned!} Down through the ages...

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All Hail the Newest Rock Stars!

The times they are a changing Bulletin: There is a New Generation of Rock stars Hint: They are not Rock and Rollers at all Move over Beyoncé, step aside Lady GaGa, the Weekend not you either, not...

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Lawrence Ferlinghetti

To Beat or Not To Beat In the late 40’s and into the 50’s and 60’s, a movement of unorthodox writers and artists came upon a stagnant literary world and decided through their work to change the...

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Photography as Art?

It used to be, but the medium has evolved away from its roots. Photography, as we knew it as young people, has come to a serious fork in the road and needs to stand up again, make choices and...

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Rene Magritte

Surrealist painter or visual poet? Several days ago, while chatting with a friend we broached the subject of  who is the greatest artist ever. We used the term ‘artist’ to mean painter. Now this chap...

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The Dairy Farmer’s Husband

“Time is the coin of your life. It is the only coin you have, and only you can determine how it will be spent. Be careful lest you let other people spend it for you.” ….CS If you stand at the highest...

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A Soldier’s Perspective

A poem from an Iraq war veteran. Christopher Pascale is a marine veteran who served in the Iraq War. Chris lives on Long Island, NY and is the the author of War Poems: A Marine’s Tour 2003-2008...

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Chinese Luey — Part 6

Just Because Your Name is Chinese Luey Don’t Mean You Ain’t Norwegian. Finally Luey Goes Home…Sort of. After an orgy of food and drink, Luey couldn’t remember what or where he was or how...

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Chinese Luey — Part 5

Just Because Your Name is Chinese Luey Don’t Mean You Ain’t Norwegian. Luey did the third chess puzzle in the book, and just like the other two, could not get the right answer...

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